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Evan Delano

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Evan Delano last won the day on September 23 2019

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About Evan Delano

  • Birthday 11/27/1984

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    USS Veritas
  • Current Post
    First Officer

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    Colorado, USA

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  1. Evan came up as an ISFJ-T Defender (57% introverted, 74% observant, 67% feeling, 51% judging, and 57% turbulent). Tagging @Roshanara Rahman since they asked.
  2. For those of you who haven't been with us for very long, it's a tradition around here to temporarily change your forum avatar to match the the spirit of our annual awards season, and to show off "what your character is wearing," to the awards. More info is available in this thread. So, what are you wearing to the awards? Here's my pick for Evan this year: Too much? XD
  3. There are so many good choices, but I've got to go with the classic WoK soundtrack as my favorite. TMP's soundtrack is a close second, especially because some of the themes that debuted in that movie continued to be used, at least in snippets, through the TNG movies. But for me, nearly every second of music in WoK perfectly represents the scene.
  4. Cardassians for me too. I just saw that they lost almost 1 billion people to the Dominion War, and we know they had to basically rebuild from the ground up. I could see the Federation working with them to promote a democratic government, eventually leading to an alliance or even full fledged membership. The Klingons at least have a long history of working with the Federation, but I think they'd chafe too much at the restrictions of Federation membership to ever actively pursue that.
  5. If it's the horrible "Borg-are-everywhere" universe described here, I've gotta go with Worf. He's got the most experience dealing with Borg, and possibly the most combat experience overall. Tuvok would be my second choice. I did briefly consider Landry, since she also has wartime experience. But she also [spoilers redacted] in two universes, which makes me think she probably wouldn't actually be that handy to have around. I was going to say something about leaving Ash Tyler off the list of choices, but... yeah.
  6. This exchange from a current Academy class made me laugh, so I wanted to share it.
  7. I'm gonna go with the guy who tried to commit a coup.
  8. Congratulations to all this year's award recipients! Also, thank you to everyone who helps to put these Awards ceremonies together each year. I know it takes a lot of work, but I think that it's wonderful that our community takes so much time to acknowledge our members' efforts each year. As always, I'll be looking forward to next year's event.
  9. Great tips! I'd love to see some of this implemented to the cadet bio template we currently send in the third tutorial at the Academy to encourage stronger characters right out of the gate.
  10. I wanted to publicly thank the Veritas crew, our guest simmers, and other well-wishers throughout the fleet who helped to make the IC wedding between @Mei'konda and @Evan Delano so enjoyable. I know there are still a handful of scenes wrapping up (I have some tags I need to respond to myself), but I wanted to make sure to put this out there before Veritas gets too wrapped up in our next mission. There were a number of really fantastic sims that came out of the event, and I really enjoyed the chance to explore my character and these relationships in a different context, and to see other people able to do the same. Special thanks to @Tony (Mint) and @Saveron who came back from their respective LOAs to participate, as well as @Quinn Reynolds and @Rune Jolara who were able to sim with us, even though I'm sure they have plenty to keep them busy on the Gorkon and Blackwell. One final shout out to @Roshanara Rahman, who helped to facilitate all of this both in and out of character: you rock!
  11. I'd have the same attitude that I had watching the recent reboot movies. I wouldn't be super excited, but I'd still probably go see it. No matter how bad it was, Insurrection and The Final Frontier would (probably) still be worse. Related:
  12. My guess is that no matter how long distance you can beam, there'd still be use for starships to help deal with situations where some form of interference made beaming dangerous or otherwise unfeasible. There's also the fact that a starship is self-contained, and carries with it a suite of equipment that can be used to observe all kinds of things a person would struggle to see from the ground. So... transwarp beaming represents a great convenience for many people, but doesn't serve to make starships obsolete.
  13. It's gotta be Ten Forward. You get a beautiful view that changes based on where the ship is, free food and drinks, and a cozy atmosphere for more intimate gatherings. Plus, you get access to a wise and mysterious bartender giving out free advice.
  14. I believe the Picard/Barcley solution was to stick them in a self sustaining computer simulation, independent of the holodeck. That seems more humane than simply deleting them, so I'd probably aim for a similar solution. I'd probably also order the holodeck to be reprogrammed to further limit the intelligence of its characters to avoid a similar problem in the future.
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